Clyde Chestnut Barrow was born on March 24, 1909, in Talico, Texas at 10:55 AM, 32n22, 96w31.
Sun: Aries (Mars)
Ascendant: Gemini (Mercury)
Moon: Taurus (Venus)
He traveled the Central United States, along with his partner, Bonnie Elizabeth Parker, his gang during the Great Depression. The Barrow gang were outlaws, robbers, and criminals, and well-known to the American public during the Era of Public Enemy between 1931 and 1934.
During his lifetime, Clyde was a professional criminal, and along with his gang, preferred to rob small stores and rural gas stations. However, he was famed for bank robberies. The press sensationalized the Barrow gang, and depicted the road warriors’ lifestyle as more glamorous than the actual characterization of reality.
On May 23, 1934, in Louisiana, Clyde and Bonnie’s felony career came to a brutal end when they were ambushed by law officers, who sprayed their V8 Ford with more than 120 bullets, killing the notorious couple. Commonly known as “Bonnie and Clyde,” the two have been memorialized in films, songs, novels, and poems.